Tower Crane Hire at Birmingham University

Our Crane Engineering team were up bright on early last Sunday to place a Tower Crane Hire at Birmingham University.

The crane was erected for a valued client who will operate the crane on site for a crane hire period of at least 28 weeks. The Saez TL55 Tower Crane is one of our most popular Tower Cranes, offering a maximum capacity lift of 5,000kg, 1,050 at the end of the 55m jib. 

Our Saez Tower Cranes are very popular. We also have the Saez TLS65 Tower Crane available which comes with a 65m jib.

Tower Crane Hire at Birmingham University

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